I need some help guys. I have a config that I need to know what the dscp marking will be when it leaves the router serial sub interface. Can someone tell me, from the config below, what the packet will be marked as when it leaves? Thanks.
As said above the host x.x.x.x gets DSCP 42 which by default maps to Ip prec 5.
A better way would be to map it to DCSP EF (46). Voice packets are marked with DCSP EF and these packets have a lower drop precedence.
Also you do not require the deny x.x.x.x entry in the second access-list. The class maps are called in the order and hence all the packets from that source matches the first class and would never go to the second class.
Well, I dont get an error, and all appears to work ok. But, Im being told that coming out of my interface, I am marking at best-effort. I did a show policy int S... and it said I was remarking appropriately. But, ISP said "no, its coming to us as best effort". Im not sure why it was coming as best effort, anyone know?
Yeah, Im just not sure why the ISP says they only saw best effort from my site. I ended up putting the service policy "bigtest" on the main interface, and then he could see the packets marked appropriately. Im not sure why and thats what Im trying to understand. Can you guys shed some light on that?
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